Author: Jovana Markovic

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The number of online stores and products sold on the Internet is getting bigger day by day. Due to this, finding a match for your product on competitors’ websites can be nearly impossible sometimes. So, how do some retailers manage to find and monitor matches for their products? Well, they use product matching, which is...
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In today’s world, typical shopping experience looks a lot different than it used to 10 years ago. Customer begins shopping in a store, than checks some information on the mobile phone, and in the end decides to finish the purchase online, using a laptop. This is referred to as omnichannel retail, and it’s supposed to...
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Have you ever left a full cart of stuff at cash register in a brick-and-mortar store? Probably not. Then why do hundreds of thousands of people do it at the online stores. This occurrence is very frequent in e-commerce and is referred to as shopping cart abandonment. It’s a real problem that companies have to battle...
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When the Internet was made public in the late 80s, many companies had seen it as an opportunity to do something big and make money fast. There were numbers of promising success stories, but shedload of them was never told due to the burst of the dot-com bubble. Only the ones that played smarter, managed...
14 February 2019 - 13:44, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
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We had lots of fun attending The NAMM Show this year – with a record number of visitors, this is definitely the place to be for all those in the music industry! We had a chance to meet our existing clients in person, find out more about their needs and future plans and gather some...

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